Tickets …

You have two options: to pay £11 for individual tickets, or to buy a season ticket at £45, which enables you to enjoy six concerts for little more than the price of four. Whichever you decide on, you’ll be able to buy your ticket in advance or by simply turning up for any of the concerts and paying at the door. We’re in the 21st century, so you can pay by card as well as by cash or cheque.

But do think about investing in a season ticket! Take a look on the Concerts page at the wide variety of music that’s on offer – many have found that there have been concerts when they’ve only turned out because they had a season ticket, but afterwards been glad they did, having been surprised and delighted to discover something new, exciting and different.

Special deal for Concert 2: If you came to our first concert, and paid for a single ticket ... bring it along to our next concert and get its cost offset against a season ticket – five more concerts for just £34 extra!

Buy a season ticket

The price of season tickets has been held at £45, which is fantastic value, enabling you to enjoy six concerts for little more than the price of four.

If you want to sign up in the traditional way, you can download a form at this link, and send your cheques to the address on the form. Or you can
bring your cheque and form to the first concert. This season, you have the option of coming along with your chip-and-pin card and letting our new Treasurer, Rory Cooper, extract the money painlessly!

You can also buy season tickets through the Carnegie Hall Box Office (contact details at this link).

Pay for one concert at a time

You don’t need to be a member to enjoy one of our concerts – you'll still be welcome to turn up for any of the concerts and pay £11 for your evening's entertainment. [If you have the good fortune to be under-18, then your ticket will cost you just a nominal £1]

 You can buy tickets in advance through the Carnegie Hall Box Office (contact details at this link), or simply turn up and pay at the door, where there are all the usual options for paying: cash; cheque; contactless card (up to £30);  chip-and-pin card.